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Principles of Islamic jurisprudence

Author: Kamali, Mohammad Hashim Series: Fundamental rights and liberties series Publisher: Islamic Texts Society, 2003.Edition: 3rd revised and enlarged ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 546 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780946621828Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index and glossary
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Includes bibliographical references and index and glossary


Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence Contents FOREWORD PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION vii xi PREFACE xv CHAPTER ONE: Introduction to Usul al-Fiqh CHAPTER TWO: The First Source of Shari` ah: The Qur'an CHAPTER THREE: The Sunnah CHAPTER FOUR: Rules of Interpretation I: 1 16 58 117 167 187 202 228 264 306 313 323 Deducing the Law from its Sources CHAPTER FIVE: Rules of Interpretation II: al-Dalalat (Textual Implications) CHAPTER SIX: Commands and Prohibitions CHAPTER SEVEN: Naskh (Abrogation) CHAPTER EIGHT: Ijma (Consensus Of Opinion) CHAPTER NINE: Qiyas (Analogical Reasoning) CHAPTER TEN: Revealed Laws Preceding the Shari` ah of Islam CHAPTER ELEVEN: The Fatwa of a Companion CHAPTER TWELVE: Istibsan (Equity in Islamic Law) CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Maslahah Mursalah (Considerations of Public Interest) CHAPTER FOURTEEN: Urf (Custom) CHAPTER FIFTEEN: Istishab (Presumption of Continuity) CHAPTER SIXTEEN: Sadd al-Dhara'ic (Blocking the Means) CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: Hukm Shar`i 351 369 384 397 410 455 468 500 511 522 527 536 (Law or Value of Sharrah) CHAPTER EIGHTEEN: Conflict of Evidences CHAPTER NINETEEN: Ijtihad (Personal Reasoning) CHAPTER TWENTY: A New Scheme for Usul al-Fiqh CONCLUSION GLOSSARY BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX

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